This short video introduces the BBC's style of reporting the warming debate, followed by a few clips featuring some of the scientists whom the BBC freezes out.
The full 12 minute version, featuring many more scientists delivering their reasoning, can be viewed below
The debate about Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) rages within the blogosphere, but not in the U.K. mainstream media, which is led by the leftwing newspaper The Guardian and the BBC.
In Britain the BBC wields more power to shape public opinion than any other organisation over any other nation on earth. Moreover, the BBC invariably takes its cue on the big issues from The Guardian, from which it stands accused of adopting its political outlook.
Consequently the BBC has relentlessly promoted one side of the argument whilst suppressing the other, with catastrophic consequences for the nation's governance.
There is however a significant fact-based scientific consensus that argues against the theory that man has had, or is having, any significant impact on the climate.
These scientists cite the fact that past rises in global temperate predated the atmospheric rises in CO2; that the past rises in CO2 were actually a product of temperature rise, not their cause; and that the temperature rises were actually a product of increased solar activity.
It is, however, a side of the debate that the BBC refuses to air, contrary to its lawful obligations.
This twelve-minute video introduces the style in which the BBC covers the warming debate, followed by a selection of clips featuring renowned scientists whom the BBC freezes out, delivering the arguments that the BBC refuses to air.
The final four minutes introduces a major story of Press criminality, which for the last thirteen years the BBC and the rest of the media have suppressed.
The relevance of this notorious political scandal to the issue of AGW may not be readily apparent. However, all will become clear by the sequence of captions leading up to the video's climax.